BBS-MGT-101-Principles of Management

Learn Principles of Management in a more effective way.
Category:

BBS in E-Business Management

Price:
free
Total Duration:
28:00
Language:
English
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Description

Description:


Course Level: Beginner Level

Duration: May-August 2021

Course Type: Theory 

Google Meet Link:

http://meet.google.com/omx-ihoe-tnj

Course Overview & Objectives:

An understanding of the many roles and functions of management within a business is key for those aspiring to become managers of the future.

 

This module covers the principles and functions of management. Students are taught the key elements in planning and decision-making and the significance of different controls required in an organization.

 

Learning Outcomes of this course:

1. Discuss and explain the basic principles and functions of management in an organization and issues in their achievement.

2. Discuss and explain the importance of strategic management, the key steps in the strategic management process and the different types of organizational strategies that can be employed.

3. Explain the key aspects of leadership, including the skills required to motivate employees and develop effective groups or teams

4. Explain the elements of a management control system and apply the role of control systems theory to all forms of management control.

5. Evaluate the types of decisions that managers are required to make, the decision-making processes that are undertaken, and the role of planning in establishing organizational goals.

Assessment details:

Assessment Type

Number of assessments

Weight

Quiz/Case studies

3

15

Assignment & presentation

1

13

Mid Term

1

25

Final term

1

40

Class activities/Attendance

N/A

07

Total

100


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Course Syllabus |
Topic 1 |
Management & Managers (Prof. Krassimir Petrov)
Topic 2 Understanding Management’s Context |
What are the roles of Managers (Prof. Krassimir Petrov)
Management Skills-Technical,Conceptual and Human Skills
Topic 3 Problem Solving
Topic 4: Planning |
Topic 6: Motivation |
Topic 5: Theories of Motivation |